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    Senior Member Sec162's Avatar
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    Exclamation "No damage in blade" ???

    Is it just me or did someone try to turn this one into a kitchen knife?


    http://cgi.ebay.com/1920S-WADE-BUTCH...QQcmdZViewItem

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    Looks like it ,this is the second time round on ebay ,no one seems to want it ,can`t understand why
    Kind regards Peter
    PS its probably mint

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    And it's very sharp.. You could almost say "razor-sharp"

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    Looks like it could possibly be a corn razor, too. They were shaped that way.

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    I sent the following message to this seller and he thanked me for the info. It looks like he thinks he still has a chance to sell it, though...

    It is with respect that I must tell you that you are mistaken in your assessment of this razor. You say there is no damage. This is not the case. I made a copy of your picture and put a pink shadow where the outline of the blade was when it was manufactured.
    Copy and paste this url in your browser to see what it was supposed to look like.
    http://tinyurl.com/oeu92
    As you can see, a lot of your blade is missing. Because of that, this razor does not have much value to those who buy them.

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